The corporate Catch-22: Don't be flexible, lose good women; be flexible, lose good women... A company listening to women's desires for [flexibility and therefore] fewer promotions, giving fewer promotions to women, and then being sued for giving fewer promotions to women. Yiddish has a word for this: chutzpah.
When I read something saying I've not done anything as good as Catch-22 I'm tempted to reply, "Who has?"joseph heller
Industrialization created the Father’s Catch-22:;: a dad loving his children by being away from the love of his children.warren farrell
Nothing threatens a father’s involvement in the family more than his obligation to be the family’s financial womb, creating The Father’s ‘Catch-22’:;: loving the family by being away from the family. It is the irony of traditional fatherhood: being a father by not being a father.warren farrell
There is what might be called a Catch-22 of hazardous occupations: The more hazardous the job, the more men; the more men, the less we care about making the job safer. The Catch-22 of hazardous occupations creates a 'glass cellar' which few women wish to enter. Women are alienated not just out of the fear of being hurt on the job, but by an atmosphere that can make a hazardous job more hazardous than it needs to be.warren farrell
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